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"I have been wanting to invest in gold but never had the money to do so with previous options. This is a great way for people with not alot of extra cash to spare to be able to get in on something that could give big gains in the end."




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Already Enrolled? Go here to make changes to your existing monthly plan, such as your silver or gold allocation. Check out other gold bullion coins and other silver coins that are not included in our program, to help expand your holdings even more!


Fractional rounds and bars offer a strong investment advantage because they are a low premium way to own the metal. Gold bars offer lower premiums than the more popular one ounce sovereign coins, but most bars are highly recognizable and still a liquid investment in gold. The purity level of gold bars will be .9999 in almost all cases.


The United States Mint began production of this coin in 2006 as a direct competitor to the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf and other pure gold bullion coins. It also provides an alternative to the popular 1 Oz American Gold Eagle coin, for investors with whom purity matters. The Buffalo is minted in .9999 fine gold (24 karat) rather than the .9167 (22 karat) pure metal used for the Eagle. While both coins contain a full troy ounce of gold, the American Buffalo gold is slightly smaller in size because it does not contain the alloy metals, meaning no silver and copper.


The gold mint American Buffalo is a striking coin with a profile image of a Native American chieftain stamped on one side and the iconic Buffalo on the other. It is a "legal tender"and carries a denomination of $50. Each coin is guaranteed by the US Mint for the weight and purity marked on the reverse side - 1 oz .9999 fine gold.


The US Mint has updated the design of the iconic gold American Eagle for the first time since the series was launched in 1986. 2021 is the first year of issue for the coin which features a close-up of a majestic bald eagle on the coin's obverse side.


The Royal Canadian Mint holds the honor of the first mint to commercially produce a 99.99 percent pure gold bullion coin. The 1/4 oz Canadian gold coin possesses a one of a kind quality that keeps it in high demand for any savvy investor looking to add to their collection.


Each coin carries a legal tender value of $5 U.S. dollars. Additionally, coins are marked with the gold content - 1 10 oz fine gold. Though the coins contain a full tenth oz of gold, the purity is 22k (91.67% gold). The gross weight of each coin is slightly heavier than 1-10 oz because the gold is alloyed with a bit of copper and silver. Every coin's weight and purity is assured by the US Mint.


The Lady Liberty gold round is one of the most affordable ways to obtain gold. Money Metals Exchange offers this one-tenth troy ounce piece, each made of .9999 pure (24 karat) gold. We tend to prefer these gold rounds over legal tender coins because you get more gold for your money.


Minted from .9999 pure gold, the Kangaroo has a legal tender value of $15 AUS (1/10th Oz). The Perth Mint has been producing the Kangaroo gold coins since 1989 and mintage quantities tend to be lower than the comparable U.S. or Canadian bullion coins.


Buying gold in monthly installments is one common strategy used by gold investors. It allows you to plan out your purchases over a long period of time. There is value based on consistently accumulating more metal on a regular basis as you go.


Developing a plan of action is an essential step before embarking on any investment decision. Even intelligent investors will face difficulties if they neglect planning ahead. This is true for bonds and the stock market, and it applies equally to gold.


There are two options for structuring your periodic gold accumulation. You can either sign up for a subscription program, or you can simply do the same thing yourself (without paying extra for the service). Despite what you may have expected, you can invest monthly in gold without anyone's help. You can buy gold in installments of any length, in fact.


Whichever option you choose, the goal is the same: gradually stacking up more gold. It should absolutely be thought of as a type of savings plan. In both cases, one of the key benefits of a gold savings plan is to rigorously budget your investment dollars.


If you buy the gold yourself, this can be done through a self-directed IRA (often called a Gold IRA). Investing in gold through your retirement account does place a limit on your annual contribution ($5,000 maximum) in the United States, however. You still have the flexibility to buy more than $5,000 of silver and gold per year outside of your IRA.


Dollar cost averaging is a fairly straightforward strategy. You buy a fixed dollar amount, or fixed quantity, of gold at regular intervals. The purchases could be made weekly, monthly, quarterly, or any other consistent time period.


The main idea here is to avoid attempting to perfectly time the market, which is futile for any investor. Instead, planning out your gold purchases in fixed installments will average out the ups and downs of fluctuating prices.


Depending on market activity, your purchase price might change every month. The idea here is still to accumulate gold in periodic installments. But you're actually buying less gold at higher prices and buying more at lower prices.


There's a good reason that buying the dips is so popular. In an overwhelming amount of cases, it's a highly profitable strategy. It can save you money in the long run, but the main drawback of dip-buying is that it depends on the whims of the market. If the price of gold is rallying, for example, you may have to wait weeks before your next buying opportunity.


In most cases this scheme allows the customer to choose their payment method. That could be a debit card, credit card, check, money order, or bank transfer directly from the bank account holder. Please note that if you buy gold on a credit card, you may be charged extra interest when making payments. Conversely, the seller may offer a special discount for payments made by bank wire.


You may have seen companies or services that offer gold purchase plans (or "gold schemes"). They require signing up for a subscription, and the rest is taken care of for you. The investor essentially signs up for financing. Subscribed members can make advance payments and redeem the credit for gold. They may choose to wait to physically receive their order upon redemption.


The biggest benefit of these plans is that they automate the investing process. This ensures you'll never forget to buy gold. You can "set it and forget it." The subscription will automatically break up your purchase into monthly installments (or any number of easy installments). Some companies may even allow you to pay later.


Perhaps the main problem is that gold subscriptions simply cost more. There are added fees (a "premium") associated with the service as part of their terms & conditions. This is not unlike having to go through a broker to buy a stock. Over time, you will pay more per ounce of gold compared to making the purchases on your own.


Lack of flexibility is another issue. Although some investors prefer a strategy that can be placed on autopilot, this doesn't allow you to buy the dips. Your subscription won't be able to take advantage of price movement in the gold market.


These plans usually don't allow you to choose specific bullion products, either. Most sellers won't let you request specific gold coins or silver coins. You are limited to what gold products are available in the seller's inventory or company reserves. If you're specifically looking for something such as South African Krugerrand gold coins or PAMP Suisse gold bars, you may be out of luck.


Gainesville Coins has decades of tenure as a trusted gold bullion dealer. In addition to our luxury showroom, you can shop for precious metals right on our website. Follow the links below and please check out all of our silver and gold for sale. If you have any questions, please contact our customer support representatives at (813) 482-9300 or email us at sales@gainesvillecoins.com.


Select an amount to see what monthly payment plan options could be available on the Card. This calculator is an illustrative tool only. It is not based on your personal creditworthiness or other factors. Your actual plan options and fees will be presented to you when you create a plan.


The US Dollar Index (DXY) reached the upper end of its 16-year-long uptrend and has now fallen at a remarkable pace last seen in the volatile years of 2008 to 2010. The 3-month rate of change of DXY has recorded its second sharpest decline in the past 20 years. This dramatic fall in the USD has also eased financial conditions, creating a powerful tailwind for gold and other risk assets. Typically, policy coordination comes to mind when currencies sharply reverse from levels detrimental to market functioning quickly, with such high correlations. Unfortunately, if policymakers have decided on a coordinated USD strength reduction policy, we won't know until much later when it becomes evident in hindsight.


Since 2018, we estimate that China has sold $310 billion of U.S. Treasuries ($199 billion in 2022 alone) and has imported $230 billion of gold. China is estimated to have the seventh-largest global bond market, with the top six positions held by the U.S. and its allies. The list of the most liquid tradeable currencies has the same size ranking. In terms of market liquidity, safety as outside money and convertibility (sanctions resistant), gold remains a highly desirable asset for China. 041b061a72


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